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191. The Legends of the Jews: Volume III [Books]
... Back | Main Contents | Volume Contents | Forward The Legends of the Jews by Louis Ginzberg Volume III Bible Times and Characters from the Exodus to the Death of Moses Balaam's Ass Balaam Runs into His Own Destruction Balaam with Balak Balaam's Sacrifices Refused Balaam Extols Israel Balaam's Hopes Disappointed Curses Turned into Blessings Balaam's Wicked Counsel Phinehas, Zealous for God Twelve Miracles Phinehas Rewarded The Daughters of Zelophehad The Appointment of Joshua BALAAM'S ASS Balaam could hardly await the morning, rejoicing no less than Balak's messengers at God's consent to his journey to Balak, and still hoping that he might succeed in bringing disaster upon Israel. In his haste to set out, he himself saddled his ass although he did ...
192. Focus [Journals] [SIS Review]
... America reported in the following pages, discoursed at length and answered a large number of questions on the Flood, radiocarbon dating, the origin of Religion, Saturn and the earlier catastrophes, the age of the Moon, and his own researches into the origin of the (schizotypical) human brain, the history of the Moon, and the destructions of ancient civilisations by catastrophic fire. This last subject, which Professor de Grazia subsumes under the new heading of "Palaeo-Calcinology" (see Kronos review), and which he applies particularly to the destruction of Troy IIg, brought the meeting to a reluctant close. Those aspects of the meeting not covered in this issue will be reported ...
193. Reviews [Journals] [SIS Workshop]
... come into calamitously close contact with Venus, a relatively recent newcomer to the solar system. It had later suffered, he argued, from another near collision between Venus and Mars before the equilibrium we know today was established. During the havoc wreaked in the former episode, the Israelites left plague-torn Egypt, and the latter troubles culminated in the destruction of Sennacherib's army around Jerusalem in a single night. In a series of publications in the early Fifties, Velikovsky produced a wealth of evidence from mythological, historical, geological and astronomical sources to support his claims of planetary-induced mass destruction. On the basis of his research he made assertions about the members of the solar system that the results ...
194. Introgenesis (Immanuel Velikovsky's Jewish Science) [Books]
... being attacked from every side. The compulsive neurotic, on the other hand, has a highly developed superego, which results in an extreme conflict between it and the ego. The self wants to consume "these old, disturbing, no longer useful roots, his parents" instead of incorporating them introgenically, but the superego cannot allow their destruction since the superego itself is merely the psychic assimilation of the real parents. All thoughts of destruction lead to annulling counter thoughts, but the neurotic can never be sure that he has carried out the correct psychic formula to cancel the destructive thought. Since thought exists as a form of energy, and is therefore a physical quantity, the ...
195. ALL Honorable Men [Books]
... ] the sun did not set for ten full days and the entire land was flooded. (152) "An immense wave that reached the sky' fell down on the land of China. The water was well up on the high mountains, and the foot hills could not be seen at all. ' (153) " 'Destructive in their overflow are the waters of the inundation, ' said the emperor. In their vast extent they embrace the hills and over top the great heights, threatening the heavens with their floods. ' The emperor ordered that all efforts be made to open outlets for the waters that were caught in the valleys between the mountains. For ...
196. The Israelite Conquest of Canaan [Journals] [Aeon]
... 300 years XIX -1050 to -900 Earliest Canaanite theocratic high culture as mentioned in Judges 5:9 and not taken by the Israelites' first attack around -930. -3000 to -2500 First full-clad temple and wall of unknown nation. 500 years XVIII -2500 to -1950 Unknown nation. 275 years XVII End of "Early Bronze Age" 275 years XVI DESTRUCTION LAYER TERMINATED XVI -1950 to -1850 Three temples and beginning of potter's wheel like in Troy II; start of so-called Middle Bronze Age I/IIA 100 years XV -900 to -740 Israelite kingdom down to the victory of Tiglath-Piliser III of Assyria who turned Megiddo into a provincial capital of his empire sometime after -740 -1850 to -1825 Occupied by another ...
197. The "Herculean Labor" Of Cecilia Gaposchkin. File III (Stargazers and Gravediggers) [Velikovsky] [Velikovsky Stargazers]
... have not invented the battle; I have not invented the participants in the battle; I have not invented the place of the battle. Lake Serbon is on the way from Egypt to Palestine. The cavalier method of using sources is not mine. Second case. Payne-Gaposchkin stated: A cosmic encounter, we read, was responsible for the destruction of the army of Sennacherib by a "blast of fire." But none of the three biblical accounts of the event mentions a blast: each one ascribes the defeat of the enemy to an angel (II Kings, xx, 35; II Chronicles, xxxii, 21; Isaiah, xxvii, 36). We do find ...
198. New Archaeological Dates for the Israelite Conquest Part II [Journals] [Catastrophism & Ancient History]
... claimed these new features were introduced by Hyksos invaders on their way to Egypt, but it is now recognized that that view is erroneous. The new fortification systems, like other aspects of MB IIB-C culture, developed out of elements introduced during the MB IIA period. [2 ] Then, at the end of MB IIC another wave of destruction swept over the land. Most of the cities occupied in MB IIC were destroyed at the end of that period, and many were not reoccupied for a century or more, if at all. The material culture of the succeeding Late Bronze I period is derived from that of the Middle Bronze II Age, so there is no severe ...
199. Earthquakes [Books] [de Grazia books]
... on the average once a decade, it is also probable that ones of greater intensity (with a seismic moment of 10 31 dyne-cm or more as compared with the Chile 1960 earthquake of 2.5 X 10 30 dyne-cm) can occur and may even be expected over a fifty or hundred-year period. If larger earthquakes occur they might cause destruction far greater than hitherto experienced and "may cause a considerable excitation of the Chandler wobble," a veritable, if slight, shaking of the axis of the Earth. Most earthquakes have a localized shallow focus and originate within the crust, at or above the Moho discontinuity which may be regarded in quantavolutionary theory as the boundary of the ...
... HE GAVE THEM MONEY. 1. IN the first year of the reign of Cyrus (1 ) which was the seventieth from the day that our people were removed out of their own land into Babylon, God commiserated the captivity and calamity of these poor people, according as he had foretold to them by Jeremiah the prophet, before the destruction of the city, that after they had served Nebuchadnezzar and his posterity, and after they had undergone that servitude seventy years, he would restore them again to the land of their fathers, and they should build their temple, and enjoy their ancient prosperity. And these things God did afford them; for he stirred up the mind ...
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